Hello There

warby parker_old navy_phillip lim for target_asicsI don't know about you, but there just never seems to be enough hours during the work week to get any personal errands done. And now that I am dedicated to training for the NYC half-marathon, my 'free' hours during the week have become almost non-existent. Saturday's are my marathon errands day, which is why comfort is key! No need to sacrifice fashion sense for comfort. That is why I am thankful for super stretchy skinnies and graphic sweatshirts. Pulled out my old school kicks for a laid back and practical off-duty uniform. For a little added glam, I donned not one, but two, shiny necklaces. A functional cross-body leaves me hands free while adding a bright pop of color. This is quite a utilitarian outfit if you ask me. Hope you are all having a wonderful weekend!

Outfit Details:

Glasses: Warby Parker (Clyde in blue marble with high index lenses), $125. Glasses with prescription lenses start at $95.

Sweatshirt: Old Navy, $7.97. Use code TAKE20 online and save 20% off your purchase thru 1/29.

Necklaces: (1) Gold Chain Link: Banana Republic, $Gift. This was gifted to me a few years ago from a friend. An updated version, $59.50. Use code BRSNOW40 thru 1/26 and save 40%; and (2) Chain & Knotted Necklace: Piperlime: Hive & Honey, $Gift. I received this from another friend for my birthday this past year. A similar necklace also by Hive & Honey, $27.97.

Skinny Jeans: Old Navy (Rockstar Super Skinny Jeans in glacier), $15. Currently on sale at $19. Once again, use code TAKE20 online and save 20% off, which will bring it down to the same price I purchased mine at!

Top Handle Crossbody: 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target $34.99. Unfortunately, this bag sold out in-stores and online. If you are in the market for something similar, here are a few for your consideration: (1) Topshop: Concertina Bag, $50; (2) Asos: River Island Yellow Oversized Satchel, $51.85; and (3) Forever21: Classic Structured Crossbody (mustard), $19.80.

Sneakers: Onitsuka Tiger by Asics. I bought these a few years ago from a store that was going out of business on Newbury Street.

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